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    TODAY Devotional Notebook by Matt Perry

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    The TODAY Devotional Notebook is a Bible companion designed to encourage you to persevere with God, His Word, and His mission in the world. This Notebook is a special concept journal giving you a page of Biblical encouragement, followed by 10 lined pages for your own notes, thoughts and ideas (11 devotionals in all + 112 note pages).

    Proceeds from the sale of this notebook support missions in and from New Zealand.

    11 Christian leaders from New Zealand and around the world have contributed devotional insights to encourage you along the way, including Neels Janse van Rensburg of Bible Society, and Matt Perry of FEBC. The beautiful embossed T on the front cover is the Greek letter ‘Tau.’ The earliest symbol of the Cross of Christ, this T was eventually adopted by Francis of Assisi to represent perseverance, sacrifice, and the hope of eternal life.

    A unique notebook for your ideas, study notes, encouraging thoughts, prayers and inspiration, and the great things you hear from others.

    The name “Today” comes from Psalm 95:7 and Hebrews 3:13. Today is the day of divine grace, a season to grow in trust of God and to persevere in hope. We have limited Todays and we are urged to encourage one another daily, while we have grace and opportunity. 

    Printed on high quality Sapphire paper, 100 gsm, and PEFC Certified from sustainable forests and controlled sources, and covered in a wrap-around style jacket, with a bronze wire binding [called Half Canadian binding] .

    Proceeds from the sale of this notebook support missions in and from New Zealand.

    This notebook is ideal for …

    • Personal Bible study
    • Taking notes during sermons and Sunday messages
    • Podcast reflections
    • Teaching notes from your favourite programmes on ShineTV, Radio Rhema or Star.
    • Quiet time journalling